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1 Alex Nitkin, The Daily Line
2 Downtown Could Finally Get Weed Shops As Push For Less Regulation Clears Committee
3 Narrowed Plasticware Crackdown Set For Hearing As Tougher Version Remains On Shelf
4 Robservations: Weigel Broadcasting pulls the plug on 'The Jam'
5 'Anger And Panic' As Pilsen Landlords Scramble To Appeal Skyrocketing Tax Assessments
6 Ethics Board Finds Ald. Jim Gardiner May Have Violated City Anti-Retaliation Rules, Calls For Deeper Investigation
7 Aldermen Pounce As Brown, Lightfoot Stand By 'False Narrative' Linking Courts To Shootings
8 Affordable Apartment Project Near O'Hare Faces Key Vote As Developer Battles Alderman Who Doesn't Want It
9 State Adopts 'Alderperson' To Describe Chicago City Council Members — But Some Alderpeople Aren't Thrilled
10 The Week in Review: Chicago, Illinois Fully Reopen
11 Michael Reese Site Primed For $97 Million Sale As 'Bronzeville Lakefront' Edges Closer To Reality
12 Police Gang Database Is 'Riddled With Errors' And Has Ruined Lives, Aldermen Say — So Why Is CPD Still Using It?
13 Lightfoot's Campaign Promise On Police Oversight Comes Tantalizingly Close, 16 Months After Last Deal Fell Apart
14 Crackdown On Single-Use Plastics Set For Council Vote, As Some Alderpeople Yank Support For Less Strict Ordinance
15 Downtown Pot Sale Expansion, Police Union Contract On Tap For Last City Council Meeting Before Budget Battle
16 West Loop Apartment Towers With More Than 1,000 Units Get Key City Committee Approval
17 Apartment Complex Near O'Hare Gets Key Approval From City Commission — Despite Aldermen's Opposition
18 Aldermen Force Special Meeting To Put Top Cop 'On The Stand' Over CPD Summer Plans
19 Aldermen Consider Push To Rename Lake Shore Drive For Jean Baptiste Point Du Sable
20 Today's City Council Preview: Police Reform, Michael Reese Overhaul, Aldermanic Power And More On Tap
21 BGA Opposes Circuit Court Clerk's Watered-Down Transparency Bill
22 TRD talks Trump Tower Chicago’s empty retail on WGN
23 Chicago’s 15 Percent Delivery Fee Cap Extension Stalls
24 Jefferson Park Housing Debate Draws Voices From Around The City
25 State Sending 50000 Moderna, Pfizer Vaccine Doses To Chicago While Johnson & Johnson Is Paused
26 New Coach Houses To Be Allowed Under Proposed Law Before Aldermen Wednesday
27 Anti-Deconversion Ordinance' Will 'Interrupt' Loss Of Cheap Housing Stock In Pilsen, 606 Area, Officials Say
28 Collaborating to transform and improve education systems: A playbook for family-school engagement
29 Layoffs Averted, But Sticking Points Remain As Budget Ordinances Set For Monday Rollout
30 2 Weed Dispensaries Get Key City Permit To Open In Greektown, River North
31 Alarmist Brewing And Taproom, Sauganash's Only Bar, Debuts Long-Awaited Patio
32 Lightfoot 'Moving On' From GAPA Police Oversight Proposal, Pledges To Introduce 'Alternative' Plan
33 Should we rename Lake Shore Drive for Chicago founder Jean Baptiste Point du Sable?
34 Lightfoot, Budget Officials Defend Expanding Speeding Tickets: 'This Is About Keeping Communities Safe'
35 Gold Coast Condo Tower, Bridgeport Distribution Center Set For Plan Commission Approval
36 DoorDash and Grubhub Fees Could be Capped at 15 Percent in Chicago
37 Cook County Board Resolves To Redirect Dollars Away From Jails And Policing, Calling It A 'Failed System'
38 Erin Hegarty, The Daily Line
39 West Loop Office Building, River North Hotel Secure Key City Approval At Plan Commission
40 City Council To Weigh Cracking Down On Polluters In Last Meeting Before 2021 Budget Talks
41 Robservations: WFMT drops noon news for 'Music in Chicago'
42 South Side School Buildings Converted To Temporary Shelters To 'Decompress' Homeless Population
43 Jill Rose Quinn Poised To Make History As First Transgender Judge In Illinois
44 Flooding On The North Branch Trail? Get Used To It, County Officials Say
45 Single-Night Airbnb Rentals Would Be Banned Under Proposed City Crackdown
46 Freeze On Development Near 606 Set For Vote Next Week Despite Lightfoot 'Concerns,' Aldermen Say
47 Taurus Sparks New Home For Wood-Fired Pizza In Six Corners
48 New Halsted CTA Station Needed As Development Boom Continues In West Loop, Alderman Says
49 COPA Blew Deadlines For Releasing Videos Of Police Shootings, Watchdog Says
50 Sterling Bay Gets Key Approval To Build 2 More Office Buildings In Fulton Market
51 Niles looking to woo Metra for a stop along the Milwaukee District North line
52 Double Door's Proposed New Site Gets Updated Plans, Including 110 Apartments Next Door
53 Artist's tribute to Illinois bicentennial on display at Lincolnwood Village Hall
54 Lake Effect Brewing unveils taproom plans for 112-year-old Jefferson Park firehouse
55 Alderman Rips 'Incompetent' Zoning Board After It OKs Weed Dispensary Despite Neighborhood Opposition
56 Pilsen Nonprofit's $20 Million Affordable Housing Development Approved By City Committee
57 City Watchdog, Lightfoot Announce Parallel Investigations Into Little Village Dust Cloud
58 Cost estimates for Robert Crown Center in Evanston balloon to $53 million, up from original $30 million
59 Harley Clarke Mansion supporters, Evanston leaders fear property headed for demolition
60 Related Midwest's 43-Story Apartment Skyscraper Poised To Become Tallest Building West Of Halsted
61 Check Out Clybourn's New Concrete-Protected Bike Lanes
62 Police body cameras a 'guardian angel': Evanston officer
63 Chicago's First Culver's? Portage Park Drive-Thru Aims For November Opening
64 920 New Fulton Market Apartments OK'd Despite Affordability Concerns: 'I Think The Developer Can Do Better'
65 Fulton Market Development Boom Continues As Office, Apartment Tower And Hotel Get Key Approval
66 County Medical Examiner Opens 2,000-Body, Offsite Warehouse To Handle Growing Wave Of Coronavirus Deaths
67 After Contentious Fight With Neighbors, Uptown School's Plan To Build A Gym Will Move Forward
68 The CTA Has Interesting Ideas For a Blue Line Extension Sitting on the Shelf
69 Plan To Convert Shuttered Von Humboldt School Into Apartment Complex One Step Away From Approval
70 Renowned Leather-Repair Shop Vanishes—With Its Customers' Luxury Goods
71 Businesses, neighbors learn to live with the changing face of Wrigleyville
72 As Citywide Crisis Deepens, Residents Await Lightfoot's Master Plan On Affordable Housing
73 7 Woodlawn Properties Once Owned By Rev. Leon Finney's Nonprofit Set To Become Affordable Housing
74 Ending CTA No. 205 bus line would be 'burden' to Evanston high school students: city officials
75 Pace to roll out Dempster express bus service from north suburbs to O'Hare
76 Plans For 16-Story West Loop Hotel And 11-Story Union Park Apartment Building Approved
77 The Hole In Chicago's Map: Why Aren't Norridge And Harwood Heights Part Of The City?
78 Niles Park District defends LoVerde turf field amid parents' concerns about health risks
79 Watch Movies While You Work Out At 'Cardio Theater' Coming To Six Corners
80 Dunning school construction may hit dead bodies, and the city is planning for it
81 Your CTA Seat Comes From a 125-Year-Old Company in West Humboldt Park
82 9 New Weed Dispensaries Could Be Cleared To Open At Special March Meeting
83 Critics of Michael Brown Exhibit Missed The Point, Gallery Owner Says
84 Dozens of guns taken by Evanston police at 'no questions asked' buyback event
85 Sterling Bay's Planned 18-Story, 11-Story Fulton Market Office Buildings Get Key City Approval
86 Chicago's 11 Weed Dispensaries Wouldn't Need New Permit To Sell Recreational Pot Jan. 1 Under Mayor's Plan
87 Milwaukee Avenue rapid-transit bus service to begin by year's end
88 'Jefferson Place' 16-Story Apt Tower Approved By City Council Committee
89 More Than 50 Years After He Fought For Fair Housing In Chicago, Lawndale Apartments 'A Manifestation' Of Dr. King's Dream
90 A Chicago Shoe-Repair Startup Moves In After Brooks Shoe Repair Vanishes
91 3 Firefighters Injured, Wall Collapsed in Extra-Alarm Irving Park Fire
92 Pilsen's Beloved St. Adalbert Church Won't Become Housing After All, But Apartments Planned In Former Convent
93 Plan To Allow Shops And Offices In Kinzie Corridor West Of Fulton Market Approved In Key Vote
94 Wrigley Field Walls Become Memorial For Departed Cubs Fans
95 Emporium Arcade Owners Want To Expand MoCa Dispensary, But City Board Won't Sign Off Yet
96 Niles Township High School District 219 approves $2,500 settlement, rules change over detention supervision grievance
97 Lincolnwood trustees green light special use permit for nonprofit paramedic facility
98 Chick-Fil-A With A Drive-Thru Coming To South Loop
99 Did Support For Affordable Housing Cost Ald. John Arena His 45th Ward Seat?
100 Chicago cops who survived 2017 ambush receive CPD's highest honor